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Aug 10, 2013 4:15pm EDT
extent. those were a reflection of the attorney general that, oftentimes in washington and elsewhere, policy debates are as much about means as ends. many times they are shared ends. to roll up his sleeves and hear, what is it that's giving you heartburn about the way we are doing business? what are the means we have used historically that perhaps should be revised? there are a couple of them which are significant. the response seems to have been more positive to these new ways. here are two real big changes in terms of how we will do business. if the government -- let me back up. it has always been the case that seeking records or testimony from a reporter is a last resort. if i can get the information through another source, i am not allowed to ask a reporter a question or ask them to testify in the grand jury. there is an exhaustion requirement which has been strengthened. the attorney general himself or herself needs to now sign off. but critically, the department now, if we wish to issue a subpoena for a tape of a demonstration outside of an embassy, that is an unusual situation
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